EUSTOMA, GRAUTS & GRASSTHISTLES
Especially in the early morning and evening hours, the light is something very special at this time of the year. With our new BLOOMEN of the week “Winter Light” we try to reflect this light atmosphere: elegant eustoma meet delicate gypsophila and form a simple contrast to the extraordinary noble thistles, which are anything but boring in terms of color and shape.
You can get these short-stemmed flowers from us until 11/28/2016. Order your flower subscription here or change your subscription By Thursday, November 24th, 2016, choose November 28th, 2016 as the delivery date at the latest and look forward to your wonderful BLOOMS of the week!
With the white Eustoma we will send you one of the most popular cut flowers – no wonder, because their elegant appearance and the timeless elegance of the flower simply suit every occasion and make every room more beautiful. It is also known by the name Japanrose because although it was originally native to the dry river beds of North America, Japanese gardeners made it what it is today. For arrangements of Japanese roses, we recommend relatively high vases that support the stems well. You can find more information and care tips here.
While many Gypsophila underestimated as “just an accessory”, in this combination it provides that certain something! The filigree flowers make every bouquet special and are also very easy to care for: Simply cut it freshly after arrival! You can find more information and care instructions here.
Last but not least, they are Thistles an eye catcher in “Winter Light”. With their deep blue color and unusual shape, they attract everyone’s attention. Different species of the noble thistle – also called man litter – grow in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico or the Alpine regions. You can find more information and care instructions here.
Our vase recommendation for “Winter Light”
For our combination “Winter Light” we recommend a relatively high vase, which on the one hand supports the stems and still gives the bouquet a beautiful shape.
We wish you a wonderful week with the flowers!
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